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In total, TrustedPros has received 61 Concrete projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Concrete Contractors. Total estimated value of these projects is $447,000.00 with a per project average of $7,327.00.
Because there will be 2 new bedrooms in my basement after the renovation, it seems that I have to make my basement windows bigger to meet egress code. Currently both windows have rough openning 34"x15" which is not big enough. I would like to get some quotes first. Job will started ASAP. Thanks for looking!
I have just bought a property. I take possession on the 26th of October and would like to start construction on 28th.
Please provide a quote for the construction of a exterior basement entrance to go approximately in the middle of the east side of the house opening up to the south end of the property. all interior work and door installation will be done by myself.
Also please provide me with a separate price for a window opening that will fit between door and stairs (mount at standard height. will need recommendation as to size appropriate.) window and interior work to be done by owner.
The current residents of the home will be moving out on the 25th of October and are not to be concerned obviously. But I can provide photos and a discrete drive by would be fine, I am attempting to set up a time to enter the house to take measurements the week of the 30th -4th. if I get some a response asap I could arrange for a site tour.
Stairs is approximately 64" x 222"
Stairs have sunken in on both sides of properties and is pulling away from the house as in pictures. I don't believe it has any piles under the stairs.
We need someone who can either lift the stairs up and secure whatever way or remove present stairs and replace.
Outside wall of basement bedroom has sunk approximately one inch causing a dip in the floor extending 2 feet into the room. Need cork floor pulled up and concrete levelled to the wall. Not sure if it can be shimmed up or concrete poured and levelled. Will then accept advice on replacing with laminate/vinyl.
The basement concrete floor has significant cracking and needs to be replaced; there are countless large and wide cracks, and 2 sides of the foundation footing have dropped, so the interior basement floor has dropped as well resulting in these large and wide open cracks; not to mention all the large residual cracks. One side of the foundation wall where the floor has dropped has had piles installed. The other was not done b.c. we did not know at the time the foundation floor had dropped on that side until the work was done.
I realize that we should wait for the work to settle, but we also have a problem of earth contaminants coming in through the cracks, and we recently had a radon test done and the results were 4x above the allowable limit; so we need to seal the basement.
Front steps need repair due to age and weathering.
Bottom step is over half crumbled, and second step is not far behind.
Concrete steps, no hand rails, 4 steps to landing, roughly 5feet across.
Working on a budget, so not looking for anything fancy, just functional and practical, thank you.
We manufacture large power transformers. I am looking for epoxy flooring of some kind to cover the high traffic areas of the shop floor. The material needs to be highly durable as powercarts and forklifts frequently travel in these areas but I want the material to be resistant to gauging and scratching, also easy to clean ( taking out tired scuffs ).
The area is approx. 5000 sq ft.
I am looking at having my front steps resurfaced. Typical of an older house, the steps are attached and the cement is cracking and crumbling apart. I would like to replace the entire thing but cannot afford to do it right now. I would like to have someone chisle the loose concrete and resurface it with new cement so I can get at least a few more years out of it.
1. Remove concrete front entrance steps, they are falling into the house and cracking the foundation. Current steps are 8.5' wide x 8.5' deep x 3' high.
2. Install new open riser concrete steps.
Please provide two quotes, one for just removal of old steps and one for removal of old steps and installation of new steps.
I am looking for a quote to repair and resurface the front steps of our home - the square footage is approximately 50 sq. ft. The home is approximately 40 years old; the damage to the steps was caused by shovelling snow in the winter; a prior attempt to patch and repair the steps was previously done.
We have a split level home. Front exterior is a combo of reclaimed brick & oak siding.
The oak siding is on the upper level ( 2 windows)
as well as at the base of the bay living room window & on the side wall of the front steps.
It's time for a change ..we 'think' we want to go the route of the taupe
stuccos that we are seeing in the newer homes.
Rest of house has white stucco which will also need to be painted to match.
We live in a six year old home in Transcona, currently there are concrete blocks that make up the sidewalk. We would like to widen the driveway and continue into a sidewalk that then wraps around the front of the house for a small seating area.
The extension of the driveway is a triangular shape that runs arount 12 feet by 6 feet at the widest part. The sidewalk is about 10 feet long and the patio section would be about 12 x 12
I have a front sidewalk composed of three concrete squares (each measuring 6ft wide X 5 ft long-totaling 90 sq feet) alongside the front of my house and leading up to my front stairs. The square situated just before the stairs is no longer level, leaving a hole/space underneath. The sidewalk has come away from the house leaving an approx. 5 inch gap between the sidewalk and the house wall the whole 15 foot length of the sidewalk.
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